IT Service Management on the Micro Focus Learning Channel

Announcing on the Micro Focus Learning Channel:  IT Service Management PlaylistThe Learning ChannelThe Learning Channel

Micro Focus Education has just released our Learning Channel with a section on IT Service Management. It includes a playlist to provide training for our customers to assist in understanding Micro Focus IT Service Management software training and solutions, as well as provide awareness of the additional Digital Learning and Instructor-led training available. 

The IT Service Management playlist includes Preview videos, Foundations Learning videos, Product Training Videos and recorded Webinars.   

We have hosted videos on Service Manager and Asset Manager, with more to come. Take a look at a Preview which introduces our Asset Manager 9.6 ART Learning course.
Asset Manager 9.6 ART Trailer

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If you don’t see the software or solution you are looking for in our initial videos, don’t worry, there’s more on the way.

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The videos are good. But  you should allow the developers evaluate the trial version of the tools without any cost, just like other product vendors. Atleast publicily accessible web clients of certain applications like HP Service manager, asset Manager etc  would be a good place to start. this would allow developers / consultants to evaluate and talk about new features rather than depending on Microfocus sales team to pitch in everytime.

If there is something like this available, please provide the details here.

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